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Carbridge

4 January 2022

Carbridge operates airside and landside bus services at Melbourne Airport.

Cardinia Road station construction

25 August 2012

A new railway station on the Pakenham line between Officer and Pakenham stations

Carrum level crossing removal project

24 December 2019

The level crossings on the Frankston line at Station Street, Eel Race Road and Mascot Avenue in Carrum will be removed, replaced by an elevated station at Carrum and a redesigned local road network.

Caulfield - Dandenong driver training

12 January 2019

Driver training trains on the Caulfield - Dandenong rail corridor before the official commencement of passenger services over the new rail viaducts

Caulfield - Dandenong level crossing removal project

10 March 2022

In early 2016 it was announced that all nine level crossings between Caulfield and Dandenong would be eliminated by the construction of three sections of elevated railway line, now known as 'Skyrail'

Caulfield-Dandenong rail replacement buses

25 August 2018

Buses have replaced trains on the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines from 2016 and 2018 while work on the Caulfield - Dandenong level crossing removal project was completed.

CDC Geelong

7 May 2022

CDC Geelong operates public transport bus routes in Geelong, as well as school bus and charter services. It was known as Benders Busways until 2014.

CDC Melbourne

11 May 2022

CDC Melbourne is the brand name for buses operated by CDC Victoria out of their Oakleigh, Sunshine, Truganina and Tullamarine depots.

Chadstone tourist shuttle bus

17 February 2020

Chadstone Shopping Centre operates a free tourist shuttle bus from Federation Square, making it easy for cashed up visitors to empty their wallets, while avoiding the need to understand the mess of connecting buses operated by PTV.

Cheltenham and Mentone level crossing removal project

23 November 2021

The level crossings on the Frankston line at Park Road and Charman Road in Cheltenham and Balcombe Road in Mentone are being removed by lowering the railway line, with new stations built at both locations.

Christian's Bus Company

29 April 2022

Christian's Bus Company is a tour and coach operator in Victoria.

Christian's Bus Company Colac

22 April 2022

Christian's Bus Company is a school and charter operator with a depot in Colac, who also operates three town bus routes in Colac on behalf of Public Transport Victoria.

Christian's Bus Company Warrnambool

22 April 2022

Christian's Bus Company is a school and charter operator with a depot in Warrnambool

City Circle Tram

25 April 2022

Operating as route 35 and encircling the Melbourne CBD with an extension into Docklands, the City Circle Tram operates free for tourists with W class trams.

City Homicide film shoot at Kensington

23 February 2010

On 23 February 2010 Channel 7 crime show 'City Homicide' used the Kensington grain sidings as a filming location.

City Loop

14 April 2022

Stations and trains around the Melbourne Underground Rail Loop (Parliament, Melbourne Central, and Flagstaff stations)

City Sightseeing Melbourne

26 April 2022

City Sightseeing Melbourne commenced running a hop-on hop off tourist bus service around the Melbourne CBD in 2013

Clarkeville Miniature Railway

8 May 2011

The Clarkeville Miniature Railway is a privately operated miniature railway that opens once a month, located in East Gippsland at 440 Lake Victoria Road, Forge Creek, Victoria 3875.

Coach Tours of Australia

Coach Tours of Australia is a school and charter coach brand of Donric Group with depots in Sunbury, Kyneton, Woodend, Romsey, Gisborne and Bendigo

Cobb & Co Coaches

Cobb & Co Coaches is a charter coach brand of Dysons Group.

Cobden Miniature Railway

21 April 2022

The Cobden Miniature Railway Park provides miniature train rides, 18 hole mini golf, canteen, a children's playground and barbecue facilities.

Cole's Coaches

Cole's Coaches is a school and charter coach operator that operates out of Geelong, Colac and Warrnambool.

Collins and William Street tram stop works

25 June 2015

In June 2015 a new platform tram stop was provided at Collins and William Street, with the tram stops at Queen and King Street being closed.

Collins Street power failure, January 2013

30 January 2013

Power went out in the section due to a truck taking out the overhead at Collins and King Street, with recovery vehicle R10 needing to rescue the stranded trams

Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

30 August 2019

Established in 1983 with a single W2 class tram converted into a restaurant, in the years since a number of other trams have joined the fleet that runs around Melbourne every lunch and dinner time. The numbering is as follows: #1 > W2.442, #2 > SW6.937, #3 > SW6.939, #4 > SW6.938, #5 > SW6.964, #6 > SW6.935.

Comeng Life Extension project

8 April 2021

The Comeng Life Extension project commenced in 2017 to update the interior and exterior of Melbourne's fleet of Comeng trains in order to keep them in service until 2022-27.

Comeng pushing a Sprinter, July 2011

27 July 2011

On the morning of July 27, 2011 an up Geelong service operated by Sprinter 7021 ran out of fuel at Footscray station. The passengers were taken off the train, then a 6-car Comeng set led by 372M pushed the Sprinter to Flinders Street Station. One crew were in the front of the disabled Sprinter to sight the signals and controlled the brakes for the combined train, while a second crew drove the Comeng.

Comeng retirement transfer, 4 September 2021

4 September 2021

On 4 September 2021 retired Comeng sets 491M-1096T-492M and 339M-1020T-340M were transferred by P16 and P18 from Newport Workshops to North Shore in Geelong for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 6 May 2022

6 May 2022

On 6 May 2022 retired Comeng sets 459M-1080T-460M and 330M-1025T-350M were transferred by SSR locomotives T385, T386 and T381 from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard via Brooklyn for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 6 November 2021

6 November 2021

On 6 November 2021 retired Comeng sets 336M-1069T-437M and 414M-1057T-413M were transferred by P16 and P18 from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard via Brooklyn for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 9 October 2021

9 October 2021

On 9 October 2021 retired Comeng sets 307M-1004T-308M and 309M-1005T-310M were transferred by T386, T381 and T363 from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard via Melbourne Yard for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 11 September 2021

11 September 2021

On 11 September 2021 retired Comeng sets 325M-1013T-326M and 479M-1090T-480M were transferred by P16 and P18 from Newport Workshops to North Shore in Geelong for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 17 December 2021

17 December 2021

On 17 December 2021 retired Comeng sets 341M-1021T-463M and 376M-1038T-362M were transferred by T381 and B75 from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard via Brooklyn for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 21 August 2021

21 August 2021

On the evening of 18 August 2021 retired Comeng sets 320M-1107T-321M and 363M-1032T-364M were transferred push-pull by T386 and T385 from Newport Workshops, stabling at Tottenham Yard until they were transferred on 21 August to North Shore in Geelong for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 23 October 2021

23 October 2021

On 23 October 2021 retired Comeng sets 311M-1006T-312M and 318M-1009T-317M were transferred by T395 and T386 from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard via Melbourne Yard for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 25 September 2021

25 September 2021

On 25 September 2021 retired Comeng sets 408M-1054T-407M and 475M-1088T-476M were transferred by T395 and T364 push-pull from Newport Workshops to Tottenham Yard for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 28 August 2021

28 August 2021

On 28 August 2021 retired Comeng sets 301M-1001T-302M and 303M-1002T-304M were transferred by P16 and P18 from Newport Workshops to North Shore in Geelong for long term storage.

Comeng retirement transfer, 30 November 2021

4 December 2021

On 30 November 2021 Alstom Comeng set 538M-1119T-537M transferred stripped Comeng set 362M-1038T-376M from Westall to Newport Workshops. T385 and P17 then transferred sets 537M-1119T-538M and 359M-1030T-360M to Tottenham Yard on 3 December, with 537M-1119T-538M being transferred onwards to the SSR workshops at North Bendigo on 4 December.

Comeng scrapping transfer, 2 March 2022

3 March 2022

On Wednesday 2 March 2022 Comeng sets 321M-1107T-320M-363M-1032T-364M were transferred from North Shore to Tottenham Yard by P14 and T386, continuing on to the Bendigo Rail Workshops the next day for scrapping.

Comeng scrapping transfer, 6 May 2022

6 May 2022

In the early hours of 6 May 2022 SSR locomotives T385, T386 and T381 lead burnt out Comeng set 491M-1096T-492M and 339M-1020T-340M from storage at North Shore to the McConnell Dowell yard at McIntyre for scrapping. Due to the fire damage to carriage 492M, the push-pull transfer traveled at a maximum speed of 30 km/h for the entire trip, travelling via Werribee, Newport and Sunshine.

Comeng scrapping transfer, 25 March 2022

25 March 2022

On Friday 25 March 2022 SSR locomotives P17 and T381 transferred retired Alstom Comeng set 523M-1112T-524M from Newport Workshops to the McConnell Dowell yard at McIntyre for scrapping.

Comeng scrapping transfer, April 2022

14 April 2022

On Wednesday 13 April 2022 Comeng sets 301M-1001T-302M and 303M-1002T-304M were transferred from North Shore to Tottenham Yard by T381 and P17, continuing on to the Bendigo Rail Workshops the next day for scrapping.

Comeng scrapping transfer, January 2022

28 January 2022

On 28 January 2022 retired Comeng sets 325M-1013T-326M and 479M-1090T-480M were transferred by T385 and T386 from their storage location at North Shore in Geelong to Newport Workshops for supposed scrapping.

Comeng train scrapping

14 May 2022

In January 2020 the scrapping of the first Comeng trains commenced at Newport Workshops, with the cut up trains transferred to a scrap yard at Dandenong South for further component separation and recycling.

Comeng transfer, October 2009

28 October 2009

T357 took a Comeng EMU set from Newport Workshops to the UGR workshops at Ballarat. The set was 575M-1138T-576M + 404M-1018T-403M, the ZVDY power van was not needed but went along for the ride so T357 could bring an X'Trapolis train back

Commercialising commuters

14 April 2022

For Melbourne's privatised public transport operators, they don't make money by moving people - they make money selling their captive audiences to advertisers and other commercial outfits.

Connex - Damaged pantograph and overhead, April 2009

25 April 2009

Comeng 532M-T-531M + 542M-T-M (the prototype seating set) became dewired from the overhead on the up side of South Kensington, destroying all 4 pantographs and pulling down a fair chunk of overhead. Passengers from the rear set had to be detrained via the tracks. An N class later picked up the damaged train.

Connex Melbourne

28 November 2009

Connex Melbourne was the operator of suburban trains in Melbourne from 1999 until 2009, using a variety of EMUs ranging from the ageing Hitachi, through to refurbished Comengs, and modern X'Trapolis and Siemens models.

Connex Melbourne trackwork and works trains

24 November 2009

Trackwork and works trains on the Connex Melbourne suburban network